New-gen Travelander 2015 line-up, desert ready and now Aussie-made.

By: Camper Trailer Australia magazine

Lighter, larger cabinetry, diesel space and water heating and metho cooking appliances plus improved privacy for bathers are key benefits remote area travellers can expect from Travelander’s 2015 release.

New-gen Travelander 2015 line-up, desert ready and now Aussie-made.
Gas storage is not an issue in all Travelander models (Evron SC4 shown) with metho and diesel appliances in use.

Developed from two years of intense research with the gruelling Simpson Desert in mind, Evron and Geo Convert campers now enjoy weight savings in their internal construction to allow for more water and a step-out shower enclosure close to hot water facilities across all series 4 models.

The revamped kitchen incorporates external and internal access to the pantry and cooking and a larger fridge. Furthermore, no gas bottles are necessary with diesel-operated space and water heating and a metho-operated portable stovetop.

Other notable changes in the Travelander line-up include lighter and larger fiberglass internal and external drawers, a larger repositioned water tank plus upgraded electrics, including a Redarc battery management system, more 12V outlets, a 600W inverter and an independent deep cycle battery system (2 x 120A). Lithium batteries are available as an option.

The revitalised line, comprising a single and double cab tray-back campers and an offroad hardfloor camper trailer, are now entirely locally made.